Category Archives: theology

Biblical Theology

Sometimes when I write about some of the courses Mark teaches, it occurs to me that the name of a class may not make it very clear what the class is about. Biblical Theology has the added burden of begging … Continue reading

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The law and grace and the gospel, aka What does the Old Testament mean in the present?

*Disclaimer: As will be obvious, I, Donna, wrote this. Please forgive my overstepping any bounds by posting this here on our ministry blog rather than on my own personal page… What does the Old Testament mean in the present? Mark asks … Continue reading

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work and the image of God

Mark speaks in various venues here and in the U.S., and a topic you’ll hear him return to often is how we are made in the image of God. Yesterday I was invited (as one of the students at the seminary … Continue reading

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the unfinished meal

This morning we are on our way to a supporting church in Bellville, Texas, and we are going to be celebrating communion with them. One of the things that strikes me most about the Lord’s Supper is that it is … Continue reading

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